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Crimson Trace Grows Green Laser Options

(Wilsonville, OR)—Crimson Trace, the world’s leader in establishing laser sights as standard equipment on all concealed-carry and personal defense firearms, continues to expand its green laser sights category. In fact, the Wilsonville, Oregon based manufacturer now offers more green laser sights than all of its competitors—combined.

The recent release of Crimson Trace’s Lasergrips® LG-350G with the advanced ShockStop™—designed for Smith & Wesson’s J-frame revolvers—brought the number of Crimson Trace green laser sight products to more than two dozen. And more green laser sights will be released by the company in the months ahead to meet growing consumer demands and customer requests.

Crimson Trace’s new LiNQ®—the world’s first wireless laser and white light system—utilizes a green laser sight along with a bright 300-Lumen LED white light. This product is designed for use on AR/MSR rifles and long guns. Other green products to consider for long guns include the Rail Master Pro® (CMR-204) and Rail Master® (CMR-206). The Rail Master CMR-206 is a compact, lightweight and very bright green laser sight designed for attachment on Weaver and Picatinny rails on handguns and long guns. Yet another option that will provide a green laser sight, along with a white light, is the rugged MVF-515G.

Crimson Trace also recently released the Laserguard® LG-489G (green) that is designed to fit the poplar Smith &Wesson M&P Shield pistol. This product is now offered with a Blade-Tech holster at a savings to the customer. The LG-489G green laser is activated by Crimson Trace’s patented Instinctive Activation™ via a pressure touch pad located under the trigger guard.

Crimson Trace also offers the Laserguard® LG-469G—a green laser sight engineered for Springfield Armory’s XD-S pistol. Another green laser product, the Laserguard LG-443G, is created for a precision fit onto Glock’s popular Model 42/43 pistols. Both of those products are also available with Blade Tech holsters as a pre-assembled package from Crimson Trace

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One Response to “Crimson Trace Grows Green Laser Options”

  1. Mate says:

    Honestly I’d just like a wireless SR switch. Still activated with the support hand, just no wires.